I guess I could have went and found more fancier windows, but a bird apparently flew into our window, left it’s mark – and probably died.
Where that bird went after slamming into the window, I have no idea, but I suppose it’s time to clean off the windows.
I realize, in moving to the desert city of Tucson, that I need to up my sandal game. My stiletto game is on-point I think, but after living in Seattle, all I got are these flip flops for sunny days.
So I’ve been rocking these since I moved here. Even though it rained, I still wore them.
My husband and I were out and about at the 5 o’clock hour. It was at no where exciting, just Lowes. Maybe some people find that exciting.
I realize that this is the 3rd picture of my dog, but she was smiling so… mission accomplished.
I was getting ready to do a creative photo of my bedside, and the dog decided to lay down where I was going to take a picture. So, I decided to go with the flow.
Taken from the playground.
I had a hard time trying to figure out an ‘artistic’ photo to do with the theme, but I came up with this.
I took this photo late at night after realizing that I had to do this photo challenge.
“Fruit!, I kept telling myself. “I need fruit!.
and so I found dried fruit, but the picture came out a little blurry. I was too lazy and tired to find another fruit and take a better picture and I settled. But I promise to take better pictures in the future. I realize that if I want to get better, I can’t be lazy.
So I decided to start doing the photo a day thing, with themes from a list that I get from pinterest. This months list:
And so, with the theme of the first of the month, being”Up”, I thought about how dogs and cats always are animals that look up to their humans. So I thought it’d be interesting to try taking a photo from a perspective of the human, looking ‘up’ at the animal.
I literally laid flat on my back, while Coco walked around, trying to get a good angle of with me looking up at her . She was distracted by my other dog Gage pooping, so I decided to just sit out on the lounge chair and wait for her to come to me.
The end product: